San Diego, the Whale’s Something.. Err

San Diego, the Whale’s Something.. Err

The blog rolled down to San Diego earlier this year for some hijinks and shenanigans with the Chillino Climbing Team.  Rocks were crushed off mountains and fake rocks next to the beach crushed us.

 

Yo’ See Mighty in Yosemite

Yo’ See Mighty in Yosemite

A few moons back I was able to chase around a wolf named Annabel up Yosemite Falls with her pack of monkey servants. They were a happy and delightful bunch of primates.  They walked on hi lines, swung on rope swings to win her favor and finally did her bidding by taking her a ride, [...]

 

Wild and idle times in Idyllwild

Wild and idle times in Idyllwild

Earlier this year after chasing the ever elusive Fabi Chillino around Joshua Tree for a few weeks, I was able to take a few relaxing days with this fine sir as well as the esteemed lady, Diana Gri.  Both are dirtbags of the highest class and quality.  Rocks were climbed, good times were had by [...]

 

I Walk The Line…

I Walk The Line…

Took in some views of the North Bay Area from the top of Mount Tam while some monkeys played on a line.  

 

Chillino Rock Climbing

Chillino Rock Climbing

Recently, I was able to shoot a promo for a friend’s guiding company ( Chillino Rock Climbing ).  It was a great weekend, with some great people in a great place.  Enjoy

 

SOLID!

SOLID!

Last fall I had the opportunity to work with the folks at the SOLID Project on creating a piece to introduce their product and go for funding.  Enjoy

 

YEA! (camp)

YEA! (camp)

A few years ago I as lucky enough to spend a few days at a very special camp with a great purpose and some even better people.  Youth Empowered Action (YEA!) Camp gives a chance for young people to prepare for the world of activism and positive action.  Here are the results! http://yeacamp.org

 

Mr. Blue

Mr. Blue

While learning the local customs of the Barbaric Tribe of Santa Barbaria, I was lucky enough to direct, film and edit a quick cover video of one Kensi Hardin covering the Fleetwood’s “Mr. Blue”.  On a unplanned, spur of the moment whim Brian Barnicle and myself took a few hours to shoot and a few [...]

 

Bells of the Mission

Bells of the Mission

Last fall I was fortunate enough to link up with the folks at Fort Ripper Productions and help them find locations in San Francisco for Matt Nathanson’s Mission Bells video.  Tasked with finding triangular imagery, namely a tricky and infamously hard to find triangular staircase that has been featured in Hitchcock’s classic Vertigo, which this [...]

 

Adventures Lately

Adventures Lately

  Well I’ve been doing a lot of research lately.  And by that I mean I have been doing some very serious geological research as well as looking into the sociology that evolves around it.  Ok, so [...]